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The Renaissance: Vol. 3

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The Renaissance: Vol. 3
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The Renaissance: Vol. 3
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  • Cambridge History of Literary Criticism: The Renaissance. 1st Ed. Vol. 3
  • Cambridge History of Literary Criticism Vol. 3 The Renaissance, 1st Edition
  • Cambridge History of Literary Criticism. Vol 3
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  • eng
Summary
This 1999 volume was the first to explore as part of an unbroken continuum the critical legacy both of the humanist rediscovery of ancient learning and of its neoclassical reformulation. Focused on what is arguably the most complex phase in the transmission of the Western literary-critical heritage, the book encompasses those issues that helped shape the way European writers thought about literature from the late Middle Ages to the late seventeenth century. These issues touched almost every facet of Western intellectual endeavour, as well as the historical, cultural, social, scientific, and technological contexts in which that activity evolved. From the interpretative reassessment of the major ancient poetic texts, this volume addresses the emergence of the literary critic in Europe by exploring poetics, prose fiction, contexts of criticism, neoclassicism, and national developments. Sixty-one chapters by internationally respected scholars are supported by an introduction, detailed bibliographies for further investigation and a full index
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Kennedy, George A
Dewey number
801/.950924
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English
LC call number
PN88
LC item number
.C35 1999
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  • Norton, Glyn P
  • Nisbet, H. B
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  • Criticism
  • Renaissance
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The Renaissance: Vol. 3
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Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Abbreviated title
  • THE RENAISSANCE
  • CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF LITERARY CRITICISM
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
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text
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txt
Contents
  • Daniel Javitch
  • Renaissance Neoplatonism
  • Michael J.B. Allen
  • Cosmography and poetics
  • Fernand Hallyn
  • Natural philosophy and the 'new science'
  • Ann Blair
  • Stoicism and Epicureanism : philosophical revival and literary repercussions
  • Jill Kraye
  • Calvinism and post-Tridentine developments
  • Catherine Randall
  • Horace in the sixteenth century : commentators into critics
  • Port-Royal and Jansenism
  • Richard Parish
  • Neoclassical issues : beauty, judgement, persuasion, polemics
  • Combative criticism : Jonson, Milton, and classical literary criticism in England
  • Colin Burrow
  • The rhetorical ideal in France
  • Hugh M. Davidson
  • Cartesian aesthetics
  • Timothy J. Reiss
  • Principles of judgement : probability, decorum, taste, and the je ne sais quoi
  • Ann Moss
  • Michael Moriarty
  • Longinus and the sublime
  • John Logan
  • A survey of national developments
  • Seventeenth-century English literary criticism : classical values, English texts and contexts
  • Joshua Scodel
  • French criticism in the seventeenth century
  • Michael Moriarty
  • Literary-critical developments in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Italy
  • Marga Cottino-Jones
  • Cicero and Quintilian
  • Cultural commentary in seventeenth-century Spain: literary theory and textual practice
  • Marina Brownlee
  • The German-speaking countries
  • Peter Skrine
  • The low countries
  • Theo Hermans
  • John O. Ward
  • Poetics
  • Humanist classifications
  • Humanist classifications of poetry among the arts and sciences
  • William J. Kennedy
  • Theories of poetry : Latin writers
  • Reading and interpretation : an emerging discourse of poetics
  • Ann Moss
  • The rediscovery and transmission of materials
  • Literary imitation in the sixteenth century : writers and readers, Latin and French
  • Ann Moss
  • Petrarchan poetics
  • William J. Kennedy
  • Translatio and translation in the Renaissance : from Italy to France
  • Valerie Worth-Stylianou
  • Invention
  • Ullrich Langer
  • Theories of language
  • Rhetorical poetics
  • Humanist education
  • Ann Moss
  • Second rhetoric and the grands rhétoriqueurs
  • Robert Griffin
  • The rhetoric of presence : art, literature, and illusion
  • Franc̜ois Rigolot
  • The paradoxical sisterhood : 'ut pictura poesis'
  • Chrisopher Braider
  • Conceptions of style
  • Richard Waswo
  • Debora Shuger
  • Sir Philip Sidney's An apology for poetry
  • Wesley Trimpi
  • Aristotle, Horace, and Longinus : the conception of reader response
  • Nicholas Cronk
  • Literary forms
  • Italian epic theory
  • Daniel Javitch
  • The lyric
  • Roland Greene
  • Renaissance exegesis
  • Renaissance theatre and the theory of tragedy
  • Timothy J. Reiss
  • Elizabethan theatrical genres and literary theory
  • George K. Hunter
  • Defining comedy in the seventeenth century : moral sense and theatrical sensibility
  • G.J. Mallinson
  • Dialogue and discussion in the Renaissance
  • David Marsh
  • The essay as criticism
  • Floyd Gray
  • Michel Jeanneret
  • The genres of epigram and emblem
  • Daniel Russell
  • Humour and satire in the Renaissance
  • Anne Lake Prescott
  • Theories of prose fiction
  • Theories of prose fiction in England : 1558-1700
  • Paul Salzman
  • Theories of prose fiction in sixteenth-century France
  • Glyn P. Norton
  • Seventeenth-century theories of the novel in France : writing and reading the truth
  • Evangelism and Erasmus
  • G.J. Mallinson
  • Theories of prose fiction and poetics in Italy : novella and romanzo (1525-1596)
  • Glyn P. Norton with Marga Cottino-Jones
  • Contexts of criticism : metropolitan culture and socio-literary environments
  • Criticism and the metropolis : Tudor-Stuart London
  • Lawrence Manley
  • Criticism in the city : Lyons and Paris
  • Timothy Hampton
  • Culture, imperialism, and humanist criticism in the Italian city-states
  • Diana Robin
  • Marjorie O'Rourke Boyle
  • German-speaking centres and institutions
  • James A. Parente, Jr.
  • Courts and patronage
  • Michael Schoenfeldt
  • Rooms of their own : literary salons in seventeenth-century France
  • Joan DeJean
  • Renaissance printing and the book trade
  • George Hoffmann
  • Voices of dissent
  • The Ciceronian controversy
  • The assimilation of Aristotle's Poetics in sixteenth-century Italy
  • John Monfasani
  • Reorganizing the encyclopaedia : Vives and Ramus on Aristotle and the scholastics
  • Martin Elsky
  • The rise of the vernaculars
  • Richard Waswo
  • Ancients and moderns : France
  • Terence Cave
  • Women as auctores in early modern Europe
  • Elizabeth Guild
  • Structures of thought
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 758 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139053631
Media category
computer
Media type code
c
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digital, PDF file(s).
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (CKB)1000000000419393
  • (SSID)ssj0000400007
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11322279
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000400007
  • (PQKBWorkID)10385623
  • (PQKB)10962136
  • (UkCbUP)CR9781139053631
  • (EXLCZ)991000000000419393
Label
The Renaissance: Vol. 3
Publication
Note
Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Abbreviated title
  • THE RENAISSANCE
  • CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF LITERARY CRITICISM
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
  • Daniel Javitch
  • Renaissance Neoplatonism
  • Michael J.B. Allen
  • Cosmography and poetics
  • Fernand Hallyn
  • Natural philosophy and the 'new science'
  • Ann Blair
  • Stoicism and Epicureanism : philosophical revival and literary repercussions
  • Jill Kraye
  • Calvinism and post-Tridentine developments
  • Catherine Randall
  • Horace in the sixteenth century : commentators into critics
  • Port-Royal and Jansenism
  • Richard Parish
  • Neoclassical issues : beauty, judgement, persuasion, polemics
  • Combative criticism : Jonson, Milton, and classical literary criticism in England
  • Colin Burrow
  • The rhetorical ideal in France
  • Hugh M. Davidson
  • Cartesian aesthetics
  • Timothy J. Reiss
  • Principles of judgement : probability, decorum, taste, and the je ne sais quoi
  • Ann Moss
  • Michael Moriarty
  • Longinus and the sublime
  • John Logan
  • A survey of national developments
  • Seventeenth-century English literary criticism : classical values, English texts and contexts
  • Joshua Scodel
  • French criticism in the seventeenth century
  • Michael Moriarty
  • Literary-critical developments in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Italy
  • Marga Cottino-Jones
  • Cicero and Quintilian
  • Cultural commentary in seventeenth-century Spain: literary theory and textual practice
  • Marina Brownlee
  • The German-speaking countries
  • Peter Skrine
  • The low countries
  • Theo Hermans
  • John O. Ward
  • Poetics
  • Humanist classifications
  • Humanist classifications of poetry among the arts and sciences
  • William J. Kennedy
  • Theories of poetry : Latin writers
  • Reading and interpretation : an emerging discourse of poetics
  • Ann Moss
  • The rediscovery and transmission of materials
  • Literary imitation in the sixteenth century : writers and readers, Latin and French
  • Ann Moss
  • Petrarchan poetics
  • William J. Kennedy
  • Translatio and translation in the Renaissance : from Italy to France
  • Valerie Worth-Stylianou
  • Invention
  • Ullrich Langer
  • Theories of language
  • Rhetorical poetics
  • Humanist education
  • Ann Moss
  • Second rhetoric and the grands rhétoriqueurs
  • Robert Griffin
  • The rhetoric of presence : art, literature, and illusion
  • Franc̜ois Rigolot
  • The paradoxical sisterhood : 'ut pictura poesis'
  • Chrisopher Braider
  • Conceptions of style
  • Richard Waswo
  • Debora Shuger
  • Sir Philip Sidney's An apology for poetry
  • Wesley Trimpi
  • Aristotle, Horace, and Longinus : the conception of reader response
  • Nicholas Cronk
  • Literary forms
  • Italian epic theory
  • Daniel Javitch
  • The lyric
  • Roland Greene
  • Renaissance exegesis
  • Renaissance theatre and the theory of tragedy
  • Timothy J. Reiss
  • Elizabethan theatrical genres and literary theory
  • George K. Hunter
  • Defining comedy in the seventeenth century : moral sense and theatrical sensibility
  • G.J. Mallinson
  • Dialogue and discussion in the Renaissance
  • David Marsh
  • The essay as criticism
  • Floyd Gray
  • Michel Jeanneret
  • The genres of epigram and emblem
  • Daniel Russell
  • Humour and satire in the Renaissance
  • Anne Lake Prescott
  • Theories of prose fiction
  • Theories of prose fiction in England : 1558-1700
  • Paul Salzman
  • Theories of prose fiction in sixteenth-century France
  • Glyn P. Norton
  • Seventeenth-century theories of the novel in France : writing and reading the truth
  • Evangelism and Erasmus
  • G.J. Mallinson
  • Theories of prose fiction and poetics in Italy : novella and romanzo (1525-1596)
  • Glyn P. Norton with Marga Cottino-Jones
  • Contexts of criticism : metropolitan culture and socio-literary environments
  • Criticism and the metropolis : Tudor-Stuart London
  • Lawrence Manley
  • Criticism in the city : Lyons and Paris
  • Timothy Hampton
  • Culture, imperialism, and humanist criticism in the Italian city-states
  • Diana Robin
  • Marjorie O'Rourke Boyle
  • German-speaking centres and institutions
  • James A. Parente, Jr.
  • Courts and patronage
  • Michael Schoenfeldt
  • Rooms of their own : literary salons in seventeenth-century France
  • Joan DeJean
  • Renaissance printing and the book trade
  • George Hoffmann
  • Voices of dissent
  • The Ciceronian controversy
  • The assimilation of Aristotle's Poetics in sixteenth-century Italy
  • John Monfasani
  • Reorganizing the encyclopaedia : Vives and Ramus on Aristotle and the scholastics
  • Martin Elsky
  • The rise of the vernaculars
  • Richard Waswo
  • Ancients and moderns : France
  • Terence Cave
  • Women as auctores in early modern Europe
  • Elizabeth Guild
  • Structures of thought
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 758 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139053631
Media category
computer
Media type code
c
Other physical details
digital, PDF file(s).
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)1000000000419393
  • (SSID)ssj0000400007
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11322279
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0000400007
  • (PQKBWorkID)10385623
  • (PQKB)10962136
  • (UkCbUP)CR9781139053631
  • (EXLCZ)991000000000419393

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